Secretary of Transport Pete ButtigiegPutt Butegeg: Officials quarantine negative COVID-19 test requirement on Buttigieg domestic flights after security details show positive result for coronavirus Pete Buttigieg represents progress, but LGBTQ community needs more he said officials were considering a requirement for passengers to pass a negative COVID-19 test before domestic flights, an interview released on Sunday revealed.
One President BidenJoe Biden Democrats say defending Trump’s indictment is “completely without merit.” U.S.-Israel defense treaty has benefits – and threatens White House: Biden won’t spend much time discussing Trump’s indictmentThe first confirmed members of the cabinet told Axios on HBO that the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) have an “active discussion” about the implementation of the requirement.
“What I can say is based on data, science, medicine and the consent of the people who have to do it,” he said. “But that’s the case: The safer we can make aviation in terms of perception and reality, the more people will be ready to return to the air.”
Buttigieg’s comments on a possible test assignment follow the CDC’s requirement for travelers to international flights to the U.S. to be tested negatively for viruses that infect more than 27 million people and infect more than 464,000 people in the U.S. alone, Johns Hopkins University writes. data.
Test rules for international flights were born when U.S. officials expressed concern about versions of COVID-19 found in the UK and South Africa that are more contagious than the original strain. Both variants have been found in several states in the United States, with the UK strain in 690 cases in 33 states and six South African tribes in three states, according to CDC data..
On Monday, he was director of the CDC Rochelle WalenskyRochelle WalenskyButtigieg: Officials hold negative COVID-19 test requirement on domestic flights. CDC warns states to lift restrictions amid threat of virus variants Health officials warn that eradication of COVID-19 is unlikely. The Biden administration is sending contradictory signals about reopening the school he answered a question about testing at airports, saying more tests could help reduce spread, especially among infected people with no symptoms.
The Ministry of Transport announced on Monday that Buttigieg plans to quarantine after a member of his security detail gave a positive result for COVID-19 after being with the secretary that morning. Buttigieg has since proven negative and has shown no symptoms yet.